More information on Martin Schulte: https://soundcloud.com/martinschulte
His music is solidly rooted in analog modular sequenced synthesizer works (latter day Kraftwerk, for example). His latest album Slow Beauty is inspired by photography and memories, including images he has taken of the beautiful landscapes near his home (in sharp contrast to the stark winter vista depicted on some of his previous albums). Some tracks have deep visceral* grooves, others are more delicate, sampled and atmospheric, but there’s always infectious motion involved. I have favorites on all four of his albums that I’ve referenced—excellent soundtracks for all sorts of places and experiences.
Since I’m rather old-fashioned, and prefer physical releases, to date I have four of Martin Schulte’s CDs, three released on Lantern/Nature Bliss and one on RareNoiseRecords. All are available at Darla Records (US Distributor). There are many other releases available, including some live recordings (see links at his Soundcloud page). Samples of each of his albums are shown below.
* – Although not essential, a subwoofer is a beneficial accessory for the full effect.
Slow Beauty (2012):
Silent Stars (2010):
Please Note: With the exception of the cover of the album Silent Stars, all images are by Marat Shibaev and are used with the permission of Marat Shibaev who retains all rights, credit and copyrights to these images.